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Elise Den and Lauren Atkins are acutely aware of the immense value that food and nutrition can play as therapy. With a particular interest oncology, they’re both accredited nutritionists and practising dieticians, and co-founders of OnCore Nutrition clinics located in Melbourne. They’re passionate about improving the quality of life of their patients by using food as a medicine. Locally sourced green, leafy vegetables and extra virgin olive oil – hallmarks of the Mediterranean diet – are some of those super foods which can help with alleviate the risk of cancer.

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